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Pro Tools MIDI editor: sustain release

To answer your question as asked - yes. In it's simplest form, sus pedal on/off consists of two discreet events, cc64 127 & cc64 0, so to switch the pedal off then on again you need to insert ...
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Has anybody tried using GIT version control for session control of audio recordings?

Personally I prefer Boar for version control of binary files. That is the exact use case of that system - mostly used for photos, etc. On the other hand, I can also recommend you the git Large File ...
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Has anybody tried using GIT version control for session control of audio recordings?

Took the above advice. This has been working great for me with git. Logic Pro X 10+. .gitignore .DS_Store Project\ File\ Backups Undo\ Data.nosync Autosave DisplayState.plist WindowImage.jpg Haven'...
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Protools 10 what is a 32-bit floating point about?

Yes... bit depth is about dynamic range, but its more about 'smoothness' of your sampling, and the number of discrete levels you can represent. If you draw a wave signal on graph paper, then draw ...
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What format are old headerless protools files?

In this case, the answer is sample rate: 44100, 24 bits per sample, signed integer, Big Endian. The converter I'm using, "sox", is available on Mac via homebrew, and the commandline I used ...
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Ultra-efficient sound editing tips for battle scenes?

The trick is to use a random midi notes generator to trig a sampler full of that kind of sounds. Here is a tuto I made for my reel: https://www.vincentfliniaux.com/single-post/2017/02/13/Generative-...
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Ultra-efficient sound editing tips for battle scenes?

I believe there are some plugins that allow you to use a combination of altered pitch, volume and cut to more efficiently lay effects with variance so you don't fall into the trap of repeating the ...
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ProTools 9: Is it possible to automatically assign markers to the beginning of each clip (and bounce to file with markers attached)?

There's a program called Keyboard Maestro that can help with things like this. You can program keyboard macros to go through and automatically do repetitive things for you. I use it to edit tracks ...
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USB recording and RCA Stereo recording, which of them is better?

If you have a USB output, then it is already digital. Do not go back to analog. Every generation of analog connection results in further signal degradation and quality loss. Going to digital stops ...
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The volume of exported sound is not the same as the volume of the realtime sound

I'm pretty sure this is something related to the way you use Pro Tools. Make sure you do not have additional auxes and other outputs to the master channels, which are not active during bouncing. Make ...
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How can I avoid multiple instances of an OMF while copying a session in ProTools?

What I do is go to import session data, select copy audio from source media. Then, select source tracks i want to import to my working session. PT automatically select all tracks for you so, be ...
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Electric noise when using a Condenser Mic in home studio

Certain cell phone technology can cause this, it's a well documented issue, so searching on Google should provide more in-depth answers. Turn your mobile off completely and leave outside the studio. ...
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Bouncing clips out of Pro Tools

I have been experimenting a bit with Cubase and Nuendo. Both seems to have a solution to this problem. What i did was cut out the good parts of the one recorded track, add some EQ and then choose "...
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Bouncing clips out of Pro Tools

If you want to do this more often you could write a script e.g. with AutoHotkey. That would make the workflow much faster. Also, the programming part is very easy. Here is an example:
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Audio Glitch Plugin

Illformed.org have a bunch of glitch plug-ins available. you could also look at Izotope Vinyl which was recently re-released as a free plug-in for some vintage clicks, pops and warmth.
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Izotope RX and Pro Tools : Audio Device Error

Try this will benefit you Good luck
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Gradual pitch correction

Bounce the vocal, use Audition's pitch bender, save as a wave (watch your sample rates) and import back into tools.
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